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Extreme Fun at Funtastic Island in Medellin Cebu

We did our team building in Medellin Cebu. It was in an island called Funstatic Gibitngil Island. We had so much fun and so much food. There was the famous 30-foot cliff jumping.

How we got there:

We met in North Bus Terminal at 5AM then rode a bus going to Kawit, Medellin. We arrived at about 8AM. The fare was 150 I think. (Not sure because I was not the one handling the fare). As soon as we dropped off in Kawit, we were immediately referred to a boat for rent which was 1000 Pesos back and forth to the Funtastic island.

The cottage we rented was 150 Pesos. We left the island at about 4PM then followed by a 20-minute ferry boat ride. We arrived in Cebu at about 9PM.

We enjoyed and laughed. We sang our hearts out. The pictures can testify.



The team

Zipline is long and enjoyable


Yours truly jumping off the cliff



Clear and blue waters it is

Boat-shaped boulder

Photos from Rodrick G. and Mark G.

Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing this memorable experience with you guys. I enjoyed a lot. It's quite my first time to roam around outside Cebu City and Medellin just set the bars to high standard and expectation.

    Hope to see more of Cebu!

    ~ J.R.

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  2. Hi J.R.,

    Nice to see you comment here. Indeed, Medellin was one nice place to visit.

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  3. we are planning to go there next month lean :) so good to have learn great ideas from your site.. -micai

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    1. Thanks Micai. Do not forget to jump the 30 ft cliff. :)

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